Residenza d'Epoca Pietra di Ponente

Address: Via Doganale 14a, Ciampino, Lazio, 00043, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Ciampino Airport area of Ciampino, is near Castel Gandolfo, Villa Aldobrandini, Circeo Peninsula, and Alcazar.
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      Travel Blogs from Ciampino

      Rome - day 4 - Monday

      A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Sep 15, 2014

      71 photos

      ... and paintings and sculptures are on a big scale. As in many larger churches there are sections along the walls depicting different things and for different purposes. In St Peters they are individually big enough to hold mass and a cardinal was doing that in one of them. Another section had been set aside for prayer behind curtains and Ang prayed in there while Craig did the photo shots of her going in and coming out. By 9.30 visitors were streaming into the cathedral. ...

      The Rest of Italy

      A travel blog entry by evanbelldvm on Aug 20, 2013

      ... faded - there were even some ash encased inhabitants on display! Very cool pace to visit, very large, but if you go make sure you get a guide who speaks English fluently (if you want a tour) because mine didn't. Still very worthwhile to do! Sorrento was my favorite place on the trip so far. It is in the Almafi coast which has small towns lining the cliffs facing the ocean. The beaches, while small and not very sandy, were great with the cliff faces and clean water. It ...


      A travel blog entry by fatdamien on Jul 20, 2013

      ... of as a derby, some kind of horrific racing-queue, an obnoxious river of people whose knots and whorls flow around the central tour leaders in a downstream tumble towards until it reaches crashes and coalesces hopelessly in the great dam of humanity that is the room of the Sistine chapel. Unavoidably, of course, I participated, and in a remarkably christian epiphany was reminded that whilst my mind- face turned upwards towards the soaring colors of ...


      A travel blog entry by daryl75 on Mar 31, 2013

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... Pantheon via a Pizzeria and Gelatorea.

      The Pantheon is awesome and so well preserved in its 2000 year history.

      Not to mention the engineering feat of building the huge dome with the hole in the top of it.

      Then we headed home for downtime... Wouldn't you know it, Easter bunny found us!

      He left some eggs outside our apartments front door!!! The kids were stoked!

      Tonight we will venture out and eat like ...

      The Storm (Part I)

      A travel blog entry by laschus on Mar 09, 2013

      ... taxis were gone, and all transport out of Ciampino for the evening had simply ceased.

      Debbie hadn't lost her resolve, but I had to admit defeat at this point. It seemed that no matter where I went or what I did, every opportunity closed itself as I was checking out the next. The wi-fi kept taunting us with "you are logged in successfully!" only to not be able to get online. Activating international roaming on our phones, checking every avenue, and probably having even ...